TransferWise Pitch Competition

See also: Demo area or Investors

Applications now open!

Apply until April 24:

The jury will select up to 10 companies for Early Stage and 10 companies for Growth Stage competition. Selected entrepreneurs will be announced on May 3rd. Apply here through Startup Includer.

Boot Camp for all selected entrepreneurs:

Organized by Startup Wise Guys in Tallinn on May 24.

Pitches take place:

May 25-26.

Prizes are:

Main prize for Growth Stage winner is equity free €10,000 by TransferWise. Other prizes will be announced by April 18!


The selected entrepreneurs will receive:

  • 2 Complimentary tickets to Latitude59.
  • Boot Camp including pitch training and business mentoring.
  • Pitching on stage.
  • Networking with investors.

In addition Growth Stage startups will recieve:

  • Invitation to exclusive pre-event with investors & corporates.

Additional info from:

Why pitch in Estonia?


“Millions invested in Estonian startups after boom in the tech industry”


“Estonia is the place with big ideas and a big footprint in the world of technology. Entrepreneurs who plan to expand globally can take note from Estonia’s rapid success. In Estonia, thinking globally has become a national mindset.”

The Econimist:

“Estonian geeks developed the code behind Skype and Kazaa (an early file-sharing network). In 2007 it became the first country to allow online voting in a general election. It has among the world’s zippiest broadband speeds and holds the record for start-ups per person.”

Our great partners:

2016 Pitch@Palace Estonia Winners

The winners of Pitch@Palace Estonia are RangeForce and Timbeter. The audience favorite at Pitch@Palace Estonia was coModule, the special prize by Fukuoka City was given to Bike-ID.

Over 100 startups across Europe applied for Pitch@Palace Estonia at Latitude59 2016. Pitch@Palace Estonia was happy to announce the nine Growth Stage startups that Pitched on 1st June at the Latitude59 conference in Tallinn, Estonia, being held from 31st May - 1st June 2016.

Meet the teams that were selected for the finals:

3D Creationist

3D Creationist is the simplest 3D modeling app that lets even children make their own 3D models.


Bike-ID provides quick and easy insurance cover via a mobile app. Bike-ID provides easy access to bicycle insurance for bike owners to protect them from bike theft and damages.


COMODULE is the OEM provider of a connected vehicle platform and IoT technology for light electric vehicle manufacturers (e-bikes, e-scooters, e-motorcycles).


Funderful is a fundraising toolset for universities designed to turn donating into a habit.


Nordigen helps credit institutions categorise their client banking transactions to improve credit assessment process speed and reliability.


RangeForce is a Cyber defence simulation company that discovers, develops and recruits cyber talent.

Reverse Resources

Reverse Resources turns pre-consumer textile waste into a resource for the fashion industry.


SprayPrinter is a completely new technology that enables wireless freehand printing from a smartphone to any surface.


Timbeter's smart device based solution enables measuring raw timber material quicker, cheaper and more accurate; plus processes & stores data in digital form.

Early Stage Pitching Winners 2016

The team that won at the finals of Latitude59 Early Stage Pitch Competition - Palleter. The Early Stage finals were held on May 31.

Meet the teams that were selected for the finals:


Cartskill has developed artificial intelligence based visual product discovery technology that brings your online store into Facebook Messenger and increases customer engagement.


Craftinity is using deep learning and AI to recognize everything in a video.


Dentilink is an online marketplace for dental prosthetics. It brings together dentists and dental labs for matching and
working together.


Dermtest connects patients, general practitioners and dermatologists to provide a remote, fast and personalized melanoma
prevention and detection service.


FeelingStream helps large service companies improve customer experience. We pick important e-mails which need a reply

Genosity Labs

Genosity brings gene testing to the masses. Our first target market is schools, so students can study their own genes in
Biology class.


Palleter connects spare cargo space in trucks with nearby freight offers.


Create clear IT instructions, step-by-step tutorials and technical documentation describing software-based procedures easier
and faster with StepShot.


Tebo is teachers’ network for sharing content with students and other teachers: videos, interactive exercises and learning games.